As a College, we want to support every student who is finding life difficult by helping them to find their own solution or coping strategies to minimise these difficulties and enable them to succeed. There are a vast array of reasons why a student may see a counsellor, include
Struggling with your mental health?
Concerned for your personal and or physical safety.
Dealing with emotional or addictions issues.
Concerned for yourself, a friend or a whanau member?
If you need assistance, we encourage you to make time to see one of our NZAC (NZ Association of Counsellors) registered counsellors.
We have three part time Kaiwhakamahereora I Counsellors available Monday to Friday who offer a safe space to come for support, advice and advocacy.
To make an appointment fill in a Counselling Referral Form
To find more information on these services please visit the TAUTOKO HAUORA site.
Needing Help outside of school hours?
1737, need to talk?’ is New Zealand’s national mental health & addictions helpline number. Simply Free call or text 1737 any time to talk with a trained counsellor. It’s completely free and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 1737 offers 1:1 brief counselling support where we focus on one or two key things you need support for. Want to learn more about the
Youthline also offers a free 24/7 Helpline service (text, phone, webchat & email), free face-to-face counselling services, youth mentoring to help people grow and develop. Free call 0800 376 633 | Free text 234 | Webchat
The Mental Health Foundation also has some great resources.
Phone: 03 595 2490
Address: 631 Springston Rolleston Road RollestonNew Zealand, 7614
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